Sunday, November 4, 2018
Public Access

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  Kiss Me, Kate at Little Theater of Manchester
Music and Lyrics by Cole Porter Passions run high as leading lady Lilli Vanessi and her ex-husband, actor/director Fred Graham, battle onstage and off in a production of Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew. With romance, comedy, sophistication, and behind-the-scenes high jinks, KISS ME, KATE combines the irreverent humor of two brilliant writers: Cole Porter and William Shakespeare. Musical numbers include “So In Love,” “Wunderbar,” “Tom, Dick or Harry,” “Too Darn Hot,” “Brush Up Your Shakespeare,” “I Hate Men,” “Always True to You (In My Fashion)” and “Another Op’nin, Another Show.” Weekends, November 2 – November 18 Friday's and Saturday's 8:00 PM Sunday's 2:00 PM Tickets: $25.00 - $30.00 Student/Senior Discounts Available For more information, please contact the Cheney Hall Box Office at 860-647-9824 or visit website below.

1:00pm [1:00pm] A Native American Presentation
A Native American story – presentation by George Ducharme, award-winning community activist, at the Manchester History Center, 175 Pine Street, Sunday, November 4 at 1:00 p.m. Manchester Community College distinguished professor, George Ducharme will share his story, "Gill: A Chronicle of a White Indian Family," in which George, as a French Canadian man, discovered his English and Abenaki Indian roots, dating back to June 1697. Seven generations followed with implications of social history and cultural interactions. $3 for members; $5 for non-members; free for children under 16. Parking along Pleasant Street and off Forest Street. Info: www.manchesterhistory.org.